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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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I October, 20*1961. PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT 3V PAUL RARDIN i



CIRCULATING' THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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DRIEST SEPTEMBER SiNCE 1 932 I







Weather Record Tells I Third'Grade Needs NewFoodStoreTo'

Hospital Directors And Officers That This Area Re- Country Store Stuff j

ceived 21.92 Inchesof --- Be Open Tuesday
Mrs. Charles D. Stewart, the ,

Hold Their Annual Meeting Rain In One 24 ...third grade teacher of the Canal

Hour Period-Late in Point Elementary School wishes to The Lake Region's newest anJ

get the following articles to use in most modern food store will be open

-- November 1932 Following the third grade "Country Store" for business next Tuesday morningin
The annual dinner of the Officers chief of staff, and it showed that
A Dry Spell. booth at Halloween Carnival. If a newly',constructed building on
and Directors of the Everglades there has been a total of 206 major I
Rardin Avenue in Pahokee. Ope-
anyone has any of these articles lying -
Memorial Hospital in Pahokee was operations and 221 babies delivered. -
The above headline "Driest around the house and would rators of the store, to be knownby
held Monday night in the club room The report said there have been -
September Since 1932" was run like to donate them to the school the name of "Thriftway" are
of the Elks club. A
sumptuous 1.259 admissions to the hospital I
in the very same position in this for this project please contact Mrs. Leroy Miner and George Crews.
steak dinner was served by the club with only 43 deaths. Dr. Poteete
newspaper on October 6, 1950. }Stewart or send them to her by one Mr. Minor has had many years
and paid for by officers and directors cited the wholehearted cooperationof
I. in the food business and
1961 experience
September has set another of children.
your
out of their own pockets. I the doctors and hospital officialsin
The annual dinner marked the ] this area and pointed out that new record In Everglades weather The list consists of Costume Mr. Crews last week sold his

25th Anniversary of the Hospitaland the area has excellent facilities. He history. During September, jewelry, canned goods, odd dishes, "Crews Community Grocery" in
1961, a total of 1.31 inches of Kitchen Belle Glade and will put full time
the administrator's report cited the number of emergencies at ware, potted plants, pot
'showed that the hospital is rock- 1,053 and said 815 X-Rays had been rain has wet the mucklands on holders, handwork, and aprons. to the new Pahokee store along
with Mr. Miner.
Lake Okee-
the eastern shore of
ing along on an even keel render- made the -- -
luring year. The report
Grand Opening of the store will
chobee for record.
a new
ing a splendid service to help heal summed :up the excellency with
September, 1950, broke the Funeral ServicesForW. be Thursday, Oct. 26, the ope-
hurt. AdministratorLuke
humanity's which the '
hospital has been
ope- 1932 record of 2.4 inches and rators said.Operation. .
Dufresne his annual report rated
through the past year.rf record of the store will require -
again we have a new
pointed out the many improvements T. Ward 77
which have been made Com. Rardin in introducing which betters that one by 1.09 more than a dozen employees.
guests called attention to the fact inches. There will be a head butcher, an
since the last annual His
meeting.: that the-widow of Dr. Spooner was i Weather1 records kept at the assistant butcher, a woman wrap-
j report met with warm appplause Funeral services 'for William
'in attendaJ at the meeing. She United States'Sugar Crops Field per and a woman to display the
from the group present.In Thomas Ward 77, of 2643 Bacom
was given special recognition and Station in Canal Point reveal that meats. There will be three cashierson
attendance at the meeting Point Road, Pahokee, who died
received heart-warming applause full time and another time
thisk new record has been set and I part, ,
, .,.were those who have served; orrliie when asked to stand Thursday in the Everglades Memorial .
for special, I 'that the"ave raWaU in these Mr. Crews said. They plan to have ...
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hospital board through the, years; I Hospital following lengthy -
recognition. parts: fo/a 12 month period Is four stock boys to keep the shelves
Floyd Erickson is the present chairman -? illness were held Sunday at 11 a. m.
I The. delectable dinner :was pre- usually,55.2 inches.B. A. Belcher, stocked completely and at least
of the board and he is ably as- at Williams-Wetherington Funeral
pared under the direction of Frank who is in charge of the station, two more men ,in the produce de
sisted by Milton Douglas as" vice Home Reverend Charles
O'Connell steward of the Elks made these records available this Chapel. partment. Bags boys will also be
chairman, Dick Parrish as secretary Church
Crauswell of the Nazarene
club. The steaks were perfectly week. \ available to bag and carry out the
and Leonard Dobrow as treas- prepared and each one carried wit In September t '1932, a month's of .Brooksville pastor, officiating. groceries, he concluded.
urer. The term of Bill Plumer is Burial was at Port Mayaca Ceme- .
it baked
a potato and salad. Basket rainfall of 2.4 inches fell. However -

expiring and his replacement will after basket of Frank's famous, a couple of months later in tery.Mr.
be named the Governor at an It Is Lake Worth
oy Ward had been resident of
a
I I cheese biscuits were in handy spotson November, 1932, there was a I

early date. the tables so that each guest total of 21.92 inches of rain in a : Pahokee for the past twelve years

Special recognition was given to could help himself-and: they did. 24 hour period with the most of r coming here from DeFuniak Tonite For DevilsThe

members of the original hospital The. beautiful flower* the rain coming down within 'a Springs. He followed the carpentry

board which made the first effort to on the tables were made arrangements by period of three hours. trade before his retirement.

secure such a facility in 1936. :Mrs. Jess Elliott, the wife'of a So, gentle reader, if you are :. Survivors include two sons, Dan- largest crowd of the seasonon
Members of the board at that time fanner iel Gaston of Niceville and WilliamJr. .
former board chairman. or merely growing a plotof Lake Worth High School foot

were: Arthur Wells, S. J. Simmons, ..... flowers, don't worry too' much .; and a daughter Mrs. Annie ball gridiron is
expected tonight
Jr., Dr. H. M. Elarbee, Harry M. about the of rainfall,
'shortage I Pearl Johns, Pahokee; a brother,
J. W. Good when the Lake Worth Trojans play
McIntosh Brooks Bateman Size
Stalk Of
you may get it all in one night J. B. Ward, Tampa; a sister, Mrs.
(Bill) Cochran, C. S. Moore, W. H. in the not too distant future. I I host to the undefeated Pahokee
Cane Found In Area I Ida Walker, Ott, Ala.; nine grandchildren -
Vann, B. Elliott and R. P. Fletcher. ..... -- I Blue Devils.
and six
County Commissioner Paul Rar- great-grandChiId-1 The Blue'Devils are leading tha

din, who was a member of the Maybe it isn't the biggest stalkof I Pahokee Garden ren. .. Suncoast Conference With. four

board of directors in 1938, gave an sugar cane ever grown-but, it wins and no defeats. They: also holda
is a dilly. The stalk measureS 8% Mike Cowart In Top
interesting resume of the trials and win over Naples.
Club Will MeetThe

... tribulations experienced during the inches 12% pounds in circumference and the cut, stalk weighs is I j 17 .In Class At Bolles .Pahokee Principal Brooks Hen-
formative years when efforts were derson said the enrollment is "85
seven feet What with
made to get the hospital into ope- long.and sugar Pahokee Garden Club met i I IIike Cowart son of Mr. and boys in the top three' grades" and
cane growing planting at an
ration.Mr. Rardin gave special recognition with Mrs. Marvin Pahokee is Coach Web Pell said he still has
all time high in the Everglades Tuesday at .10 A. M. a sand- I Cowart of ,
to the founding fathers of nearly 40 of those boys on the
a student at Bolles in Jacksonville.Mike
this stalk n wich
luncheon
maybe at the homeof
.bring on more meeting
the institution. He also gave a brief I talk. How Minter Collins in PaboI ltrs.ViIIiam is in the eighth grade along squad, having had 43 at the start
Plumer Mrs.
.history of the area's first doctor ; of
75 practice.
kee with other boys. During the first
came'o have this
Dr. Doster S. Spooner who came to I of cane .has not been particularstalk Frank Friend, President presiding. six months period at school Mike .
explained. -
the.Lake Region in 1918 and was Instead of the Holliday House
Maybe he is going to cane came up with grades among the Services
grow Funeral
followed by Dr. Charles E. Creel in as a sideline in connection with his the club usually sponsor at Christ- upper 17 in his class.
1925. Dr. Spooner passed away mas time. They are changing to i* m *-
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furniture business. .
several years ago. Dr. Creel is now Christmas Decoration Display Rev.John Petrie
which will be S. J. Fisher Pioneer -
living in Compton Ala. open to the public ,

Following the coming of Dr. C. Pt. Post Office early in December with Mrs. Jess I ,

Creel there were others. They were Elliott, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Of Glades Passes Funeral services for the Rev.

Dr. O. B.' Hazen, Dr. Geo W. Elar- Shows IncreaseBusiness Don Hillier and Mrs. Harry McIntosh John C. Petrie'70,'of Clewiston,who

bee and Dr. H. M. Elarbee, Dr. W. as a committee with members MMMMMB H V died unexpectedly at his residence

C. Young, Dr. E. J. Graham, Dr. participating a program of colored Samuel J. Fisher, 82, a former SundaY'evening were held Wednesday

E. C. Johnson, Dr. W. T. Gist, Dr. is better at the Canal slides from an Illinois Christmas South Bay mayor and councilman, at 11:00 a. nu in the St. Marks

S. A. Williams, Dr. F H Poteete, Point Post Office, according to Flower Show presented by Mrs. died at his home in South Bay Episcopal Church. Parrison Funeral -

Jr, Dr. Robert Lester Hatton andthe Mrs. Edythe Smith, Post Master. Plumer and Mrs. Elliott. Tuesday.A Home was in charge of the Ar-

most recent arrival, Dr. Rex Records'show that the third quarter Hostesses for the meeting were pioneer resident, Mr.' Fisher rangements.He. .

Ramsey. Of this group both Dr. July, August and September- Mrs. Plumer, Mrs. Jess Elliott, came to the Glades in 1919 from moved to Clewiston in the

Elarbees are deceased Dr. Hazen l of this year topped the same quarter Mrs. R. W. Sanders and Mrs. Ed :Miami. He was a native of Indiana.He year of 1951 and during this time

lives in Gainesville. Dr. Williamsis of last year by 39.7 percent. Jensen. served on the council for 12 he served as a community pastorto

in:Miami.The others are practicing This is an unusually large increase years. the SL John Episcopal Church in

today in the Pahokee and Ca for the local office but is Inline Mr. and Mrs. Buford Justice of ,The funeral will be held today at Belle Glade and to the Holy Na-
I
nal Point area. with the new industries coming Jupiter spent the weekend in Pa- the First Baptist Church in South i tltvity Episcopal Church of Paho.

The medical staff report was I to the area and their use of the hokee visiting. her family and Bay and burial will be at Port kee. At the time of his death he-

given by Dr. F. H. Poteete Jr., Canal Point post office. friends. llayaca. was retired Vicar of hi* church.

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R Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point,.Florida Friday October 20, lOOt

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Reunion : WSCS
I 1 Family Harry N/McJntbsfi: )"president of GroijR Hold

r rfy :g/Spqqfler Family- the Bank of Pahokee, has returned Its Regular MeetingThe

> to his home on Bacom Pohit'Rpadfter -
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' The< Leon ,Sooner home. on undergoing a series of ,,testsand Womans Society of Christian -

'J : : nor V Ut \iPahqkee., was the.I I some treatment in a West Palm Service of the'Pahokee First

r(, scene Sunday of a Spooner family Beach hosp\m.} Mr. McIntosh has Methodist Church held their second -
been his desk in the bank this
barbecue dinner. a.t mission study on "The Edge of
week and is getting along fine. He the Edge". Thursday October 12

: vI Guests cousins included of Leon their; house and expects ,to make another trip or at 11:30 a. m. in the social hall,
tT.k tT. guests Mr. : two to W st :P&lm Beach s; for finalreports Mrs. Uldene Todd, Missionary Ed.uational .
a Mrs. Wallace Newbeny and! sons, ?
from previous examinations. -
: Tommy and Chuck, of Colqui! Secretary taught the

I Ga.; his uncles Mr. and Mrs. F D. -'II! course. She- was assisted by Mrs.
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I '< '" Mock and Calvin Mock; also cousin -!\, --- Esther Hundley, Mrs* Frank

k The, Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris, Jr., !! Bob Lee Named Friend: and Mrs. Marjorie Hatton.

t I and ,children,--Cathy and 'Mike, all l EEeadOfRG.C.C.. The program was compiled of

! THE LAKE OKEEOHOBEE,REGION HOME. OF "of, Homestead. His parents, Mj.:I --- material from the mission book

t and Mrs. J. E. Spooner of.Pahokee'j; ,Bob.Lee, Glades manager of the theme' "Canad Comes Unto, its

I ti: : THE: EVMGUDES) NgWS \wo, brothers and hejr{ families! Southern.Bll Telephone Co., was 'Own," and an original poem by
i- : I Mr..' and .Mrs. Hub Spqoner aijcj t elected president of :the ,Chamber Mrs. Todd, entitled "Welcome O'er

\ Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region WithoutInterruption sons, Hub, Jr., and Johnny, of Belle of Commerca Itt the Chambers'an- the Door," and a play entitled

I Every Week for More'Than 30 Years Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spoonerand ,nual meeting and the election. "Time Capsule."

I Established, March II, 1924 Published Every Friday children, Roy Arthur, Rodney, Other officers elected were Le- ...

. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Susie, and Wayne,. of Pompano Bron Williams, vice-president; I. VISIT THE SANTEES
Beach; also nephews Cal Spooner i L. Price, re-elected executive sec-
The Bvsrglaqea News la Entered'at the Post Office and Jimmy Wilson of Pahokee. retary. ,
r I I Mr. and
Mrs.
In Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Hatter -4115& I First order of business of the Frederick Tyner
CONFERENCE DAY of and son John of Mulberry, Ark., are
i I new president was the reading I
Paul tfardin Owner Editor PublisherForcfo brother-in-Iaw'and
: a letter from H. T. Vaughn, vice- visiting his sist-
I Canal Point Elementary Schoolteachers president at large of the Florida er Jktr. and Mrs. Claude Santee of
was an: increase of 5,263,000 pounds
I II will observe Conference State Chamber of Commerce, Canal Point. Mr. Tyner is a former
: in
cc Tlie F over the preceding:year:and almost I
1. ,,... ri.lt: 600,000 pounds above the high for Day today for the' parents. Only which he, urged the Chamber to resident of Canal Point, and they

j any other year. To me, those figures those parents who get notices from send a representative to the annual are planning on spending the winter -
a
I by : : are impressive, since the honey the teachers of their children should meeting of the state chamber in in Florida before returning

, J. Do 1e business in Florida does not bene attend this meeting. I St. Petersburg, Nov. '19-21. home.
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( -'D'-P; vertising. :- .

, : Thinking about that record and I I'I' II
t oroorrnonrof'19rBesides the sight of bees vying with man
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l -" for a share of sugar at a fair. I
'' being National Pretzel turned to the report of Phil Pack I 1

;.: Week and National Flower Week,. ard, chief apiary inspector for
! the week of October 22-29 also is
) our Division of Plant Industry.Phil .
I National Honey Week. To us in observes '
that one of the
, Florida honey and the busy little principal problems facing the beekeeper ,'I' Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
1 honeybee are of considerable im in Florida
is the securing o!!

.:!: portance. new apiary locations and the holding SALES and SERVICE
At a fair ground recently, I no- of old ones. This difficulty has !,I I

ticed great numbers of bees been heighted by the increase in Heating: Air Conditioning Appliances
,. scrambling along the surface- of a housing developments, the clearingof I I I II
concession counter trying to
scoop
and land
! more more for cattle .
: up the sweetening from spilled soft pasture and the expanding use of ftja I

drinks, candied apples and other land for mining purposes. ._--._.._-- -- _._ ---- --- --
1 1 such treats. I don't believe I've ever ,
noticed before so many of the little ,
These
are only three of many :
creatures rubbing elbows with peo-
t reasons why 'wdodlands are slow-
.1 pIe. Mameless ELECTRIC
Maybe there's a reason why bees ly disappearing from some of the Cooking/i

I have to look to'new fields for sources old haunts of the honeybee. For, .

I of honey. The way Florida's one thing, this encroachment of so-

rapidly expanding population is ciety is doing away with many
squeezing agriculture also has been heats
I the food
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1 thousands of acres of saw'palmet- :
? caught in the press of progress. .
" to, a prime source of honey. .
Phil, however isn't greatly con- -
i x Florida ranked third in 1960 in .
I t honey production with 277,000 cerned about this development. He not the kitchens -

[ colonies of bees providing a record explained that the honeybee simplyis .
shifting to other areas for.sour- I
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13.390.000 pounds of honey. That
I / ces. He doesn't believe that 19,300- .,
000 pounds will be an all-time high ,'<' : Ny:< t..N .::vx r.. ..
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for honey production in Florida. As ({.:.{. ...,, r.r: ): h. .. ... : i
.Sr,! he : iaI'Is'1. E3jE ;!Iffl'd' J.J t. < c v v
long as wild flowers and citrus and
Classified Ads I
saw palmettoes and other shrubs ?

f> I! and plrnts grow and bloom' he fig- ..A

. SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you gures the honeybee will be kept

I have one, get in touch with this busy in the state.
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newspaper and insert a $1 classi- *
f. ified ad. It will get results. All ads Phil thinks the. State's growth
I payable in advance. The Everglades pattern has helped the honey in-

News, Canal Point, Fla. dustry. As he puts it: "This increase -
I = ii }:: :".'4 .:. f, in population has brought II
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SAMPLE COPIES of last week's '
'I edition of The Everglades News I Ithe I consumer closer to the honey
producer, thereby increasing the Ei' '
1 were mailed in Canal Point and :

new subscriptions will be welcomed demand The total for wholesale fine Florida value honey of hon-" : :,: ;: ;.;,.:.:i ;i

this week. Just $2.00 for a year

.a. ')- was ey produced 53,374,000 in and Florida beeswax last year was i: il.Jtd{ i};bt<. 11 iifj; bijIr: ?t&jiJlWiI

valued at $150,000. Phil fe ls. that I ELECTRIC cooking means there's FLAME cooking means heat spills
: FOR SALE New and used these fail to tell the whole
: figures ,
Willys -
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'.,, direct contact: between utensil and up around utensil, heats up your,
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage story because there is no wty. to I
l J heating element. Heat quickly kitchen and I IJ
j In. Belle Glade, Phone 3058. ,estimate the value of the honeybeein goes you
, t Oct. 1754ch.APARTMENTS pollination. processes.: "" : and. directly into the food *not ,
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Colonies of bees in Florida polli J your kitchen. r
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j are needed by ,1 ,It
I nate the blossoms of more than "0 .
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i many folks coming into this area \ ,
,, to earn a living. Do have one agricultural crops, including such .....................
you A modem automatic electric range will cook food just as fast ; :
for rent? Tell them and the world standards as strawberries, cucum-I ,
food will cook. without overheats the NEW ELECTRONIC i' .
! through a $1 classified ad in these bers, squash, blackberries avo- as wasted heat that COOKING is the : "
columns. Send along a description cados and watermelons. The good kitchen and you. Flameless electric cooking means no constantworld's fastest. :

of the apartment and a $1 bin and that these little fellows accomplish burning pilot lights. also eliminates the by-products of flame ? Magically cuts i l
we'll do the rest. The Everglades is recognized by every successful cooking time from
I ;News. Canal Point, F1a.SUUSCRlF.l'lONS farmer. Citrus growers, especiallyare soot, fumes, greasy fuel grime.So change over to the comfort hours to minutes.. :

ready to offer-space in their and convenience of a flameless electric range. .you'll be proud s' seas!!utes to ;
: are due if your I
" 1 name label shows you to be in groves to honeybee colonies.I of your kitchen.as well as your cooking. -:....................: .1-.1I
once was told. by ,a prominent .
:arrear on payment. Send along citrus man; "Bees do as ;much asaftybody I : See your electric appliance dealer today 4
'that' $2.00 payment now: sid .we .
to .
I '"will continue;to send you this gnatpalladium or anything help my
trees to a good set of fruit." That'sa .
of the family fireside.
I The Everglades News; Canal.Potat: ,' big tribute to a little helper. .
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VACATION TTME is just around The Canal Point Lions Club held :... TOO >'

the corner. Before you take'off[their regular meeting Monday evening l I,
how about dropping a check for
with J. G. Weeks President .t i
.. ;2.00 in the mail.foe your subscription FLORIDA. POWER< &. LIGHT I COMPANY, {
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short business I
presiding over a very .
to The Everglades 'News ,Canal O' ,
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session. Following the dinner HELPING BUILD FLORIDA i t
-Point Fla. .: t '< .
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the meeting the club adjourned I

:XAND'FOR KENT'in"'warm zone early as plans the program chairman .... j
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near the lake. Phone Hub Spoon- had for the entertainment : electric run alp a DdIIdId .I

r..Pahokee,7128. 'tf failed. ,to mature. M carp MEDALLION HOMt i .
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i Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida
Friday. October 20. 1931


daughter Mrs James of Cocoa Latham are and the guests young I I''I Nancy HarringtonHas l BPW Club Meeting


II" t PERSONAL o NEWS NOTES] of Mrs.Mrs.E. B.Latham's Gamble parents of Pahokee, Mr. and this I Birthday PartyMr. At Lavender HomeMrs. ,


week. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington Al Lavender Of 309 Annona
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\ 'Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schroder of Mrs. Brooks Henderson of Pa- Mr. and Mrs. I.. J.Fraser of Pa entertained Saturday evening witha Ave., Pahokee was hostess Tuesday --
Pahokee spent the weekend with hokee spent the past weekend in barbecue dinner in honor of their
their son and'daughter-In-law, Mr.and Cocoa visiting her son-in-law and hokee their were weekend visitors of daughter, Miss Nancy Harrington's I I at 7:30 p. mat a pot-luck

Mrs. Bobby, Schroder and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woods three son-in-law and daughter and thirteenth, birthday anniversary.The j dinner and business meeting of the

.. young daughter of Lantana. They and family.Mr. Mrs. Bill grand-daughters. Mr. and party was held on the patioof I t I Pahokee Business and Professional
i were enroute to Miami, where Mrs. Davenport, Debbie, Cindy the Harrington's spacious back Women Club. She
and was assisted byMrs.
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and Mrs. Wallace Newberryand Terry of Brandon.
Schroder underwent eye surgery yard in Canal Point. Thirteen
I sons, Tommy and Chuck of ... J. W. Barrett Miss Billie
Tuesday Memorila
in the Jackson
:, young people enjoyed an evening
'! I Hospital.Mr. > Colquitt, Ga., were house" guests of IN THE HOSPITAL' of games and a delicious barbecue Hand and.Miss Evelyn Crawford.
his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon I
Patients remaining in the hospital dinner topped off Mrs. Alys Okie president, presided
by generous helpings
: and Mrs. Ira Thomas of Hob- Spooner in Pahokee.
through Wednesday Oct. 18: I.1 of cake and ice cream. over the business session. Plans
oken, Ga., were recent visitors of
. :Mrs. J. W. Barrett of Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs. James Deal left Robert Holmes Mrs. Gloria Griffis, .- were made for four members to

Mr. and Mrs.: J. V. Thomas of Pa- Wednesday morning'for their homein Mrs. Violet White, Mrs. Hilda Jen accompany Mrs. Okie to attend the

I hokee. Statesboro, Ga., fqllowing a sen, Mrs. Bertha Clark, and Otto Mrs. Roberts Has Eye B. P. W. State Board Meeting this
I' weeks vacation with her parents, Bleech, all of Pahokee- ; Lola Ann weekend held in Tampa.
.1 Miss Madelyn Kelley'of Ft. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sims of Paho Trett, Mrs. Mary Bachman, Mrs. I I Surgery In WPB The president gave a brief review
Pierce spent the past weekend in kee. They were accompanied on Willie Faye Basford, and WalterS of the programs planned forthis
t r 'Pahokee as house guests of her I the trip by her aunt, Mrs. E. F. ?, Cross all of Canal Point; Mrs.. Mrs. Seth Roberts: of Pahokee, year.

f brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Williams, also of Stateboro.Mrs. Margaret Casselman of Belie was admitted last Monday to the Mrs. Lloyd Hundley visited the
.Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr., and family.
Blade; also David Thomas
Don Kepp of Canal Point Indiantown. Freemanof local hospital suffering with an eye meeting in behalf of. the Cancer
\I Mrs. Earl Maxson and her Moth and her' brother Ford Cochran of i infection. Tuesday she was transferred Drive and left material for the

I .er, Mrs. Ollie Adams were Monday Belle Glade accompanied by their I to St. Mary's Hospital !n members to use, in their follow-up
.over-night of her son-in-law West Palm Beach for programs.or
guests eye surgeryon
t nephew and niece John and Marilyn I
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Will Wednesday.At Mrs. Nelle Hunt and Miss Mary
Mock
of Pahokee
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t Nason and young son in West Palm with their father J. E. Cochran, the time of this writing she I, Marable were visitors and twenty--
Beach was expecting to be out of. the hos five members were present. The
who is a patient at La Ga Hospital I
pital and return home before this next meeting will be held Nov. 7.a.t .
Of
; W. J. Adams of Bacom Point I in Naranga., ftUflllTV weekend.
the home of ){rs. Alys Okie.
'J Road in Pahokee, returned home ,
Monday from St. Mary's Hospital J

.in West Palm Beach, where he underwent : .5-


j I( .'of Herbert Pahokee surgery Spear now&,last making former week.his resident homein .4tlliillI! / ", ; S. ( ., I : TIT.t ..


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hospital of that city. He has been ".,

quite ill for some time and was a '

patient in this hospital but recently LET US SHOW YOU .

home.was able to spend some time at .

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.. Pahokee had as their recent house j 1111 THE ONLY CAR WITH5BILIIONMILE S
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guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowell of .. .
Trenton.Mr. ,
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and_Mrs. Al Beverly have recently :
returned to their home in PROOF :

Pahokee from Mountain City .
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their daughter-in-law Mrs.. Raymond 1
Padgett of Miami. I ; i'

Cheryl (Cherry) Pierce, daughter J
of Mrs. Russell Weeks of Paho. J 'rf- ,
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Pahokee were cabled Sunday to

Chicago Ill., by the death of her
mother Mrs. Grace Black. Mrs..
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Jengthy. illness. Her funeral was w
held Tuesday'in! that city. ,

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mullis of Pa f .
hokee were weekend guests of their

,1 son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and ." < j
Mrs. Dan Mullis and young son i

J5anny, of Orlando. .

The football game being played "I t t II

tonight in Lake Worth between the Galaxit/500 jiA
Pahokee Blue Devils and the Lake Tht new luxury tar at the low Ford price! ; f.

Worth Trojans will be televised ;'. \

over station WPTV Channel 5 :at p .. Never before has there been any car-at any priceJust think along with"ialaxie.s'stunning } .
5 p. m. Saturday. The half time t ;: ; built to be as service-free as our 1962 Ford Galaxicj I Thunderbirdappearance: .,its Thunderbird V-8* ;'!:
In
band performances will be given routine fact service the average driver will have to stop for power its quiet, new Quality Ride you
special recognition. Now only twice a year! get important savings in time and service costs every miff
you can drive 6,000 miles
1 between oil changes drive!
Mrs. Hazel Chastain of .. you
Canal .30,000 miles or two full years before replacingVould ...
you believe a car so radiant, so roomy; so
Point left Monday of this week-by I coolant-antifreeze -. 30,000
miles between major regal, could be so purely practical too? Can imagine -
you
plane for a visit in Atlanta, Ga. chassis lubrications! You ,
get self-adjusting brakes
anyone paying hundreds more for other can that
Miss Margaret Powell of Palm ., sized anti-rust processing. on vital body parts "umidon't! have nearly as much to offer? Does it make
muffler .. y
Beach spent the past weekend in and many more dost-cuttiog features! sense to dally even one more day? .Optional at extra cost

Pahokee as guest of her mother, .
Mrs. Ora PowelLMr. 'f

and Mrs. B. R Boland of Pa 62 Galaxie Ford L .

liokee had as their weekend guest by : 1\

Ga.their son, Ernest Boland of Athens, \


Mrs. Robert Mathis Sr., of 'See the features of the future, now at your Ford Dealer'sr : .. !

Washington, D. CL, left Monday for ._ 0 .
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her home after spending the past f .. / '. :1
weekend with her son-in-law and '

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pahokee ..
Motor .
Pope, Jr. and sons Lewis, m and Company : ; :
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J Goodson (Tessie Virginia Dixon) of
Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., as their new
it Circle chairman at the October Belle Glade announce the birth of .I

t meeting held at the home of Mrs. a daughter, Brenda Lynn, born

'Edward Culberson.Mrs. October 11.

.. Lois White presented the Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ames

Methodist Canal Point St. Mary's Catholic program on "The World On Our (Sheila Jacob) of Pahokee an-

Church Pahokee .. BGiitXrch= CKtfrch Door-steps." She was, assisted by nounce the birth of a son, Richard

__ *- y Mrs Ralph ,Crews, .Mrs, :Carroll Kingsley Anies, ,Jr., born October
Rev. T. C. O'Steen R v. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Father Francis.Fennech. Pastor Parker, Mrs. Bertie Andrews, and.

t -SUNDAY: ,& SUNDAY- :' Sunday Masst: 11:30, a. m. Mrs. C. E. Williams. i 12.Mr.. and Mrs. Gerinerdo Navarroof
I _9:45 a. m.-church School: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday SdSo6lt Confessions before :Mass. The: next m etiiig- will be held!
Pahokee
the birth -
announce of
11:00 a. m.-Morning'Worship 11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship .. Nov. 14, at the home of:Mrs. Bertie \
t a son, Gerinerdo Navarro ,
Jr,-born
\ 6:45 p. .-MYF 6:30 p. m.-Training; Union. The Church Of God Andrews with Mrs. Edwin Todd October 12. ,
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7 30 p. m.-: : Evening, Worship co-hostess. .
TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Of Pal lte Mr. and Mrs. Theron Casselman
' Prophecy, s Other" officers elected were Mrs.
7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prao- 7:30po: .-Prayer Meeting. Edward Culberson, Co-chairman; (Margaret Hodson) of Belle Glade
liceWEDNESDAY announce the birth of
a son, David
i Canal Point Road :Mrs. Ralph Crews, Secretary and
: Bret, born October 14.
. The Methodist Church John H. Kinard, pastor Publicity chairman; Mrs. Virginia
7:45 p. .-Mid-week devotions :Mr. and Mrs. David
r 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Bush, Mission Study; Mrs. Annette Dwight
/ I 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac Canal Point FloridaRobert Bachman \
tice.Canal 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service McCurdy, Community Missions; (Mary Louise Peacock)
I -- Pastor 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service: Mrs. Charles Angel, Stewardship; of Canal Point announce the birthof
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Shelley 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. Mrs. C. E. Williams, Prayer and a daughter, Nancy :Marie, born
I\ : Point First SUNDAY: Church School 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Youth Representative; Mrs. Carrofl October 14.
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6:30'p. .Youth Fellowship and singing. Edward Culberson, Child Home; Pahokee wish to announce the birthof

' Elder 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship m m Mrs. Bertie Andrews: Publication; a daughter; born..October 17. 1

SUNDAY: MONDAY: Christian Science Mrs. Kyle Hatfield, Sunshine; Mrs. --

; 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Imogene Douglass, Love Fund; and- Welcome Visitors
Of Point
11:00 a. m\Morning Worship TUESDAY: Group Canal Mrs. Lois White, Program Chair-
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Making Record Mark
- J 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st
Salvation is attained through man.During
8:00 p. m.-EvenIng Worship Tuesday2nd the social hour Mrs. -
I WEDNDESDAY: :MONDAY: spiritual awakening, growth, and Ralph Crews, co-hostess assisted, TALLAHASSEE-The Sunshine

7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer 7:80 p. xxi.Esther Class meeting progress. This is a theme of the Mrs. Culberson in servjng refresh-I State has passed the half million .

Service WEDNESDAY: Lesson-Sermon entitled "Probation ments. l mark in welcoming Official Florida -
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting After Death" which will be presented .. Visitors since the program was

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Iii.. I at Christian Science chur- Colvards Will launched six months ago, the Florida -
ches Sunday.:
Meeting. Development Commission said
Church God
Of From John ((5) will be read' these Visit Orlando today.

First Baptist Barfield Highway words of Christ Jesus: "Verily, I The Tourist Division reported
verily, I say unto you, He that
Reverend and Mrs. Guthrie Col- 520,000 of the green and yellow
Church, PahokeeGuthrie Pahokee, Florida heareth my word, end believeth on vard of the First Baptist Churchof Official Florida Visitor stickers

945; A. M.: -Sunday School .I him that sent me, hath everlasting Pahokee will visit the Delaney have been placed on automobiles
W. Colvard, :Minister 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship I I life, and shall not come into con- Street Baptist Church of Orlandoon and luggage Welcome Stations
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 7:30 P. Evangelistic. ,Service demnation is from
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next Monday, October 23, where other points in Florida.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. 7:30 P. M.Tuesday Prayer Meeting "
death unto life.
Union 630 they will be teaching in a Training Governor Farris Bryant and Development -
Training ; p. One of the citations from "&:!- Union
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y.P. E. Leadership School. I Commission Chairman-
to the
Health with
Wednesday .. ence and Key I Mr. Colvard will be the directorof Director Wendell Jarrard, in cere-
Prayer --
Service 7:30 m. Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy the'school and will teach the monies at the Capitol inauguratedthe
p. St. Peter's Lutheran states: "Universal salvation restson Adult section. Mrs. in
A warm welcome to all. Colvard will program April to identify
__ Church Belle Glade progression and probation, and teach the Junior Leadership in the visitors and make them feel more
is unattainable without theme" (p. school.In welcome.Mr. .
The Pahokee Church
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291) addition to the Colvards-there and Mrs. W. A. Lotts and
Of The Nazarene August Koerber?Pastor The Golden Text is from I Corin- will be instructors Jack, 22 and Jim 18
601,W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade leadership for sons of River-
SUNDAY: thians ((6): "God hath both raised Intermediate and Young People 'side, Illinois, became the first Of-

433 Bacom Paint Rd. Divine Services 11 A. M. up the Lord, and will also raise. up workers. Classes will also be pro: ficial Florida Visitors and thus wona
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 us by his own power." vided for all free
one-week vacation
School 9:45 A. H. Training Union young throughthe
SUNDAY. SERVICES: I I people, Nursery through Interme- Sunshine State. -
1 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School.
j 'diates. -
Reunion Of FamiliesAt
11:00 a. TO.-Sunday! Worship. Holy Nativity .
I -- Mrs. Kansas Todd and her mother -
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. Episcopal Church Myers HomeMrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Mullins of Mrs. Fannie Todd, of Canal
7:00
p. m.Sunaay! ,Evening ,
Evangelistic Service. Pahokee Canal Point returned home Friday Point" were weekend guests of. her
WEDNESDAY: : Bill Myers' sons, daughters, from Michigan State where he has 'son and daughter-in-law, :Mr. and

,7:30 p. TO. :Midweek Prayer M. Wendell Haimin, vicar grandchildren, and great-grand- been engaged in the summer vegetable Mrs C. L. Todd, in West Palm
meeting. SUNDAY: I children gathered at her home Sunday deal. Beach.

"Where' you arp a stranger but 10 a. m.-:-Sunday School for a family reunion and noon
once". U a. .-Worship Service barbecue dinner.
1 \ Guests included Mr. and Mrs. B.

I'tlUt' MllKI HHflH'1-H-i' C. Sims of Pahokee, their children;
; Mr. and Mrs. James Sims and one Thinking About Building?

1 child; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sims

Need Money ,and four children; Mr. and Mrs.

.... Franklin Sims and two children; For Free Estimates, Call -
It and ,Mr. and Mrs. James Deal

11 Toitnihi I.ti /9 (Mary Ellen Sims). '

Mr. and Mrs. Angus Sims, their WILEY TILLIS

children:! Mr. and Mrs. Jackie
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Sims; Joy, Lillian, and Angus Jr. General Building ContractorBox
Mrs. Pratt Pope (Mary Sims),

I Canal Point; Mrs. E. F. Williams 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
(Elizabeth Sims) Statesboro, Ga.;

I Mr. and Mrs.jI. B. Snyder, Jr.,

(grandson) and three children, Mr.

and Mrs. John Simmons (Virginia

Sims) also :Mr. and Mrs. Harlow iJ' .

Sims and children; Clark Linda

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; ren: Wanda Gale, Vince, Jackie and
,oV : : n. __ Joe Mitchell all of Pahokee. Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

,(.t iA:.'.. ... # .I .- -.-. ... which is owned and operated by more than 120 .
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Band Officials In Florida Cattlemen.

", Home Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen Tampa Meeting You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give

you finance your home here, you deal witha Mr.: and Mrs. Robert Lampi ani an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

,a local association with headquarters right herein : son/Buddy, of Pahokee, spent last
trial. _
,weekend.in PlL1mpi! attended a
community and whose officers and em
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ployees are sincerely interested in seeing that Masters Association which was held .

you attain true, debt-free home ownership.SAYINGS : here' vertJ -weekend., SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. .
Mrs. Lampi and Buddy were k _
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P C. B. Williamson. :Mr. Williamson
K lades Livestock Market
?V ver Federal weeks.has been seriously ill for several Glades :

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INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY JTDJB1AI SAVUfOS : Pahokee were weekend guests of Pahokee-Belle Glade Road .t

V AND WAtt INSURANCE CORPORATION : their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Phone WY 6-3028 George Young Manager .
;I 49-S.: W. A'VK.r BXLLS GUUHt non TOT ft-MCf ,I and Mrs. James Latham and baby

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I At Family Reunion Help Sell Citrus t With r- "Mrs..- : Bordeauxr .. I

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, daughter, Terri, were hostesses missioner of Agriculture, speaking Point was hostess, Monday, at 3
, Sunday at a family reunion held at before the Florida Fruit>& Vege- p. m., for the October meeting of

their home in Canal Point. table Association convention in Mi- the T. E. L. Sunday school class I
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Guests. included his sister, Mrs. ami Beach recently, suggested a 1 of'the Canal Point Baptist Church. I

Inez Sheppard of Glenn, Ga., also contest to select a slogan to use In Sirs. W S.: Cross, president of the I
his brother and family; Mr. and advertising Florida citrus. jrJLY'1t1i class presided over the meeting.

Mrs. L. D. Echols, daughter, Miss Conner's idea must have caughton During the social hour, Mrs. J. D.

Betty Echols, and his mother-in- for, so far, he hrs received over Latham was in charge of the enter-
law, Mrs. Pearl Hudson all of Canal 800 suggestions. He offered to pay \ tainment and the hostess served

'Point; and son and family, Mr. $100 out of his ,own pocket to the 1; i \ f'f''I (/v cake and coffee.to.ten members. .
and Mrs. Ted'Echols and son, Russell winning slogan. I

of Melbourne.. The offer of the contest 'came --r Miss Ann Jackson I;
" :prior to the florida Citrus Com- .
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t Flood Control Dist. cission's move; to review the pro- --w: :. i1tLTEL!-T.ijMACHINE.... Announcement* Made {
of of
advertising
a
grains roup "
Deepen "E rSiAlPCIl.DGlC'J. Alt p 1g OFQI-n-tAT kC t AuwvAncA' (-
To Channel
of
Mr. and, Mrs. Monk Jackson
agencies interested in handling "! -.WHATCANIOOFORMY )OUR FFARTBFAT BREATHIMS RATE BLOOD
I CO/A"/17lY-IS108E A. PRuRE; 'TEMPEJVC'lRE-RR EXAMPLSrZEN Canal Point wish to announce the
Into The Lake $3 million Florida citrus account -
Big 'jUie : BOy, NOW BE REG1STEAFD/$SANt&INSTANT AIIt .
( Conner_ presumably would ..SAtlINfI y.S.. SHOY"ClN'CN& HUGe CO.JTtII.REEL- -: i engagement of their daughter,
WEST PALM BEACH'- The like to have the agency receivingthe = eorvaspyEC Rebecca Ann to William Hardwick
Thigpen of Canal Point, son of Mr. .
Citrus Commission account MADE
i Central and Southern Florida Flood 'fOCI I.4JIE .,,,",,
make note of the slogan judged as CJ)1I11lJ8UT1Of1WINNIN / I and Mrs. W. T. Thigpen of Lyons
Control District is sending a drag- winner of the contest. 7HE'FV rr -'" :
line to the mouth of the Kissimmee OF Ga.Wedding
i Conner won't be making the 70.i4 suJ.Re plans will be announcedat
River tomorrow to deepen a chan $ ? a later-date.
winning choice himself,accordingto
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I Okeechobee. This was announced expected to be named to per- Rotarians Attend
t" today by Riley S. Miles of Kissim form that chore.Birthday CHILDREN AGAINST I FIR! I '
mee, Chairman of the FCD Govern DURING FIRE PREVENTION WEEK Boca Raton Meet
ing Board. (ocr 8-uj MORE TWJ.I4OOQ.OOO
, For JUMtO FIRE MAIUNAi.sAdovu
Miles sail that digging will begin Party TMBUS.WILL BE BUST WITH FIRe- Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi,

I in the next few days. The job Mrs. J. 'G. WeeksThe PREVENTION INCLUDE CU ACTIVITIES CKaJG: THEIR WHICH also Mr. and Mrs. C., A. Batchelor
t will improve the flow of water from OWN HOMES R3R Rile MRARD5j ti' ( of Pahokee are attending the Rot-

the Kissimmee River into Lake' home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe',E. ary District Conference, Saturdayand

Okeechobee. At the same time it Guerry Jr., in Belle Glade was the Sunday in Boca Raton.
f will enable small boats to continue I Mr. Lampi, President and Mr.
.. scene Saturday at 5 p. m., of the ------------------- -
: to travel between the River and birthday celebration in honor of MAYOR'SProclamation Swamp {Buggy Race Batchelof' Secretary of*the Pa-

; Lake Okeechobee. I her mother, Mrs. J. G. Weeks 63rdbirthday hokee Rotary Club, are attendingin
Due to lack of rainfall Miles anniversary. Scheduled NaplesNAPLES behalf of their club'

said, shoaling at the mouth of the Barbecue dinner and the tradi- .
I River has closed all but one chan tional four-tiered birthday cake WHEREAS the 16th anniversary -You can call it the 1 I FOR RESERVED TAGS

,nel on the southwest side. In this decorated with yellow roses were of the founding of the Unit- Swamp Buggy Derby of Gumbo During October you may reserve
section water, is now less than 18 enjoyed by her family and friends. ed Nations takes place 0 n
same tag number you now
Handicap, for plain,"dirty glue-like your
inches deep. Guests included her husband J. October, 24th 1961 and
The FCD will now dig out this G. Weeks of ,Canal Point; Mrs. WHEREAS the President of cypress swamp gumbo comprises have. if you reserved' it last I year.

southwest channel for a length of Harold Lockmiller (Juanita Weeks) the United States and the Gov- the track over which Florida I October 21 is the last day your tag

600 to 700 feet. The job should be I and daughters Ruth and Mary of ernor of the State of Florida have swamp buggies race each year. I number will be held for you. Full I

completed within two weeks. After Winlock Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe I called upon all citizens of this Held annually> near Naples, this' price of tag plus $1.00 reservationfee

completion there will be a naviga- !I Calhoun and daughter, Frances; country to pay special recognition mud-slinging affair highlights the must be paid at the time of

|tion depth of at least 1% to ,,2: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks and to the" happening of this unique three-day November celebration reservation.Real .

feet in the channel between-the !'I their children, Susan, Lois, and event, andWHEREAS held as a curtain raiser to estate tax statements are in

.River and the Lake. : Bobby all of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. a request is made the hunting season in Southwest .the mail. These taxes can be paidat

"It should, be recognized," Miles I James Weeks and children Sandy, for special prayers for the Pres- Florida. the Real Estate Tax Collector

ent channel will be of value to boats I Billy all of Pahokee; }Mr. and Mrs. the United Nations, so that the uled for Nov. 3-5 with the swamp ings.

only for a limited time-probably Walter McCarty and children, hand of God may rest on the buggy races set for the afternoonof .
a few months-if we do not get the final day. More than 5,000
Vicki Wanda and
Phillip. Brenda
shoulders of the leaders of the Employrnent.Pix .
more rainfall and if the level of I I,Janet; also the hostess and their persons will be on hand to watch / #
free world In the"difficult, crisis
Lake Okeechobee continues to I I children Melvin and Donna, all of ridden days ahead, :the swamp buggies, battle mud, Shows ImprovementTALLAHASSE
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t drop. I Ir Belle Glade; Mr. and Mrs. Trevette ,time other machines and more
I I NOW THEREFORE I, Duncan
The channel, digging has been Weeks and mud. The Floridaemployment
daughter, Patsy; Mr. -
the vestedin
k authorized by the FCD partly in and Mrs. Riley Barnes and Roy Padgett, by authority : The buggies are divided into picture turned brignt-
me as Mayor of the City of
t F response to requests from property Barnes of Lake Worth; Mr. and classes according to their power er in August as hiringtook an up-
owners and boating interests in Mrs. Dick Miller and sons; and Pahokee Florida do hereby pro- plants (4 to 8 cylinders), and typeof ward turn and the number of job
Glades, Okeechobee and Osceola claim the day of October 24th drives (2 or 4 wheel), and the
Mrs. Ola Calhoun of Canal Point; less dropped sharply, the State Industrial
1961 United Nations
Counties. Mrs. A. B. Barnes and Donald as Day. Derby consists of a series of class Commission reports.
"We try to assist in situations Barnes and two children of South IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I heats.with an unrestricted freeforall Chairman Worley Brown said

$ like this,"Miles said, "if the job is Bay also Mr. and Mrs. Murray have hereto set my seal of thre between heat winners determining employment! rose to 1,276,500, an
I not too expensive." He added that City of Pahokee Florida this the .
Weeks of Lake Harbor. Swamp Buggy King. increase of 2,700 over July and
r the deepened channel will be of I ., the 18th day of October, 1961. Swamp Cuggy drivers and spec- 11,600 over August of last year.

great benefit to the Kissimmse Turnpike Hires DUNCAN PADGETT tators have a wonderful. muddy and Meanwhile, unemployment drop-
Boat-A-Cade planned for October I 'I ( SEAL ) hetic time. ped by 18,400 during the month.
22-29. Boat enthusiasts from Lakeland Mayor, City of Paho- -. '
I Engineers This drop' was due largely to students -
throughout the United States are kee Florida Mrs. Mae Laflin of Canal Point leaving the labor market to
p expected to take, part in the Boat- I TAMPA-The Lakeland Engi! -- was the weekend guest of her return to :s hool.

A-Cade scheduled to leave Kissim- neering firm of Wellman-Lord Engineering -I I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Smith of brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and' I IBrown ,pointed._to other factors .

mee and travel down the River Inc. was announced to-]i I Haines City made a call Saturday Mrs. Charles Adamson of Cocoa. in the unemployment decrease,
October 25. The water-borne pro- day by the Florida ,State Turnpike I II I i I evening at the home of her sister, L.i e6er. Railroad unemployment \
.
cession will now be able to navigateout I Authority as one .of the two Sec-I j I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crossman and declined 10 per cent, agricultural

into Lake Okeechobee as plan- tion Engineers on the Orlando to I I They were enroute to Hollywood family of Plantation were the Sun job seekers dropped 12 per cent

ned and proceed on the tour Wildwood section of the proposed for a weekend visit with another day guests of her mother, Mrs. and"new claims for unemployment

is I which ends at West Palm Bea'chOctober turnpike extension. I I sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Preston. Sam McKinstry of Pahokee. insurance declined by 31 per cent.'SALUTE .

29. The' Boat-A-Cade will A Boca Raton Engineering 1 L
travel from Lake Okeechobee to firm John A. Grant, Jr., Inc., was I .

Stuart via the St. Lucie Canal then announced as the other firm.

from Stuart south to West Palm According to the Chairman of ...
TO FLORIDACOUNTIES 0-
Beach via the Intercoastal Water: the Turnpike Authority, Tampan .

way. John M. Hammer, this completesthe ., PALM BEACH .
Channel deepening at the mouthof authority's list of section engineers ,

the Kissimmee is an authorized. for the proposed 156-mile
COUNTY SEAT WEST PALM BEACH
part of the Flood Control Project, extension from Fort Pierce to Wild- -

it was explained though the pres- wood. 0 D p Palm Beach County Was formed in 1909 and .
ent digging is only a temporary Hammer said the acquisition by : was named for its, tropical setting of palms
measure. Wellman-Lord Engineering, Inc. of and beaches.

A major construction programto recently retired Assistant State Palm Beach is internationally famous as a
.. widen, deepen and straightenthe Highway Engineer, Arthur L. ';, F ; winter resort and each year it plays host to
Kissiramee West instrumental I ::- ,. -? visitors from every country in the world.
River for 58 miles, was in the selection : _
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*"ri Lr\ Thousands of tourists provide one of the
from Lake Okeechobee to Lake of the firm.: r county's major sources of income.
1
Kissimmee, will be started later "Since the extension will be built
I this year by the Army Corps of to equal or exceed interstate stand. Located in South Florida, on the East Coast,
,mac Palm Beach County comprises 1,649,920 acres
Engineers. Cost of construction, including ards Mr West's 30'years of plan- : and is the.'largest. county., in the state.. .
six, water control structures ning experience in 'all phases of o. ,
In progressive Palm Beach county, and ,
equipped with navigation highway work throughout Florida I -
throughout Florida; the United States Brewers -
locks, will exceed $23 million. The will' Se invaluable to"'the turnpike -' --- \Vorla"constantly to maintain s
overall Kissimmee. River project is authority," Hammer stated. -- the sale of beer and 'ale under pleasant, -
designed to serve a drainage. area I ; orderly conditions. Believing that strict law
-- enforcement serves the best interest' of the
758 miles. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Kitchens of
of, square
..1 people of 'Florida, the Association stresses .
Gibson, Ga., left Tuesday for their Close, cooperation with the' Armed Forces
David Ramey of Gainesville spent home following a weekend here .. law enforcement and governing officials.HOIIPAS .

the weekend with his father with her brother and sister-in-law, 4
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George Ramey in Pahokee. Mrs.I Mr.. and Mrs. Frank H. O'Connell -
:. F U O R f O A .D f V IS> O H
Ramey is visiting their soninlawand Ron Terr Haar returned Saturday

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. HughG. to Pahokee after a three week vacation B E E R LIGHT ftiVERAG B UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. ute

Miller JH and infant son, Graham :Nvith-his.T>arent3'-in :Mich- Of MODE*ATI O*1 .,.. A..n ,

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I Cane Experts On Lake Worth-Pahokee. Wyoming Trip I Stork Shower For Cub Scouts Hold :

:, Game To Be TelevisedCh.5SatAt4:45PM Mrs. Brenda Tyson ,Meeting Tuesday :

Hunters Are Back -
Inspection
Trips'I The home of Mrs. Lester Hand in Pahokee Cub Scout Pack No. 623 !

: : I Win, lose or draw the Lake Pahokee was the scene chosen met Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the I

, Preston H. Dunckelman, sugar ,A group of Pahokee men have Monday evening for.a stork showerin \
.Methodist Hall.
scheduled Fellowship
Worth and Pahokee ,
: cane'breeder at the U. S. SugarCane I game returned from Wyoming where honor of Mrs. Brenda (Carter) "
for,tonight in Lake Worth New den mothers have been appointed -
they went on a hunting In the Hostesses in- I
<< Field-SI4tl5h, Canal Point, trip. Tyson of Belle Glade. '
Vvill be televised Channel 5,
: left this week a a two weeks official by" snow capped mountains with the cluded Mrs. Sally Butler, Miss Pen- I and their names will be

trip to Georgia and Louis Palm Beach, on Saturday after- weather down to five above all jof ny Sasser Mrs. Leah Sands Mrs. listed at a later date. Gene Bradley
noon at 4:45 m. So, if some- ,
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ana. Enroute Mr. Dunckelman plan p. the hunters were lucky. Each bag- W. K. Buchanan, Mrs. Judy Norman was appointed secretary and treas-

ned to make a brief visit with the thing happens that youcan't ged an elk. Other game was plentiful and :Mrs. Lois Collier.
make the and root for the urer to fill thevacancy left by Mrs.
game and each his share accord-
I staff at the U. S. Sugar Crops Field got
Station at Cairo, Georgia. Blue' Devils, you can tune in ing to reports. The color scheme or pInK was Jess Elliott who has resigned after
Cti. 5 the next day at 4:45'p. m. Thadd carried out in the flower arrangements filling office for the past three
He will be in Louisiana 10 days Making the trip were:
i using pink sweetheart roses
s reviewing on ,the Louisiana and U. and see the Videotape presentation. Whidden George Tucker Lewis years. .
and carnations at vantage points Bill Moss is the cub master.
Mock
Friend Mock
Rupert ,
S. D. A. Experiment Stations pro- Kenny .
the house. -
genies of sugar cane crosses that Bob Ray, news director of Cti. Joe Tom Boynton and Harold Wilk- throughout '
The crystal punch bowl was pillowed Mrs. Harold Lockmiller and
were made at the Canal Point Sta- 5, said Thursday that one other inson. Harold suffered severe ill-
on 'a circle: of ivy and pink daughters Ruth and Mary, house
tion last year and will also be game, that between Seacrest and ness while on the trip and had to :
carnations. The honoree received of her Mr. and Mrs.
parents
guests
working with the L. S. U. and U. S. Lake Worth will be televised on be hospitalized.Mr. .
I beautiful and useful gifts including J. G. Weeks of.Canal Point spent
Mock and Mr. Friend many
.D. A. research workers in select- Thanksgiving afternoon following were
a crib mattress, gift of several days last week with rela-
ing and making,,the assignments of the playing of the game the joined by their wives and continueda I

'new C. P. varieties that will be introduced night before. Mr. Ray said that trip to California where they at- the hostesses. tives in Zolfo Springs.

to test plantings in Louis I televising high school foot ball tended a bankers. convention.
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iana and Florida in 1962. in Florida has had its inception at fo M-M M-M-+I 1I11 M 111111111111111111111111 I t 1 i 1 1 I I ITHEATRES

Dr. Edwin H. Todd, plant patho-! Channel 5, and fans may look Eastern Star In .

logist at the U. S. Sugar: Cane Filed forward to a full schedule of
Thursday MeetingThe
Station in Canal Point has been I games on Ch. 5 next fall becauseof

spending three weeks on a special] the favorable reaction received

mission to Peru to advise with I from viewers.Woman's. Pahokee Chapter 184 of the PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN

sugar cane growers regarding disease Order of Eastern Star met last

attacking the canes in that Thursday, in the Masonic Hall, Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

country. Dr..Todd, traveled by Pan Club WillI vith Worthy:Matron Ruth Meredithand .:.... FEATURES- -
Miami -2 WO -
American jet plane from to
Worthy Patron D. P. Hughes
Lima on October 4 and plans to return I I SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUESDA V
Hear
on October 21. Fan ul Talk presiding. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY OCTOBER 22-2S-24
This was the Chapters first
James R.
Gifford sugar cane en-
OCTOBER 22-23-24
tomologist, ERD U. S. D.A., spent The Pahokee Womans"Club will meeting of the fall ana many small "THE FACTS
Tuesday and Wednesday of this I bits of business came up at this "RETURN TO .
meet OF LIFE"PEYTON
Tuesday, October ,,25 in the
week at"Felllsmere, Florida conducting time. Also several members made
club house for their October. lunch- PALACE"BOB .
insect studies in the sugar- plans to attend the General GrarrJ HOPE AND
eon and program meeting.Mrs. .
cane, fields of the Fellsmere Divis- Chapter Meeting Nov. 4th through9th CAROL LYNLEY LUCILLE BALL
M. P. Stanley,
ion of Okeelanta Sugar Refinery, program held in Miami Beach. -ALSO-
JEFF CHANDLER AND
chairman will introduce the speak-
Inc. He was accompanied by his Mrs. Hulda Wilson assisted ny
aid. Ronald Jones of Pahokee. er, R. p. Fanjul who will speak on Mrs. Annette McCurdy served re ELEANOR PARKER "Hellcats of the Navy"
"The Communist Next Door."
TALLAHASSEE, VISITORS This is a very important meet- freshments. >M M M f M { M ; M { t I I I 1 1 I M t I H-H'M-M'' *-f I I I i III I >

Mr. and Mrs. :Gerald' McRae 1 of ing and all members are urged to !1- _

Tallahassee were Sunday afternoon attend and it has been requestedfor

visitors of the Harringtons and all members to make reserva- I

Scruggs families. They were en- tions for guests as early as pos- J ,., ',. '. '

route' home from a weekend in sible. Please call 4021 for reserva < '' > .
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.4 p. m. of her uncle Captain CLASSIFIED ADS ...
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
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